Fredrick M. Cady Research Activities
Electro-Optic research activities include:
- The Development of Reflectance Reference Standards using Holographic Techniques, supported
by NSF EPSCor and NASA EPSCor.
- Reflectance reference standards using computer generated holograms
- Investigations of the degree of polarization of light scattered by diffuse objects and computer generated holograms.
- Simulation and modeling of laser stabilization techniques.
- Spatially resolved Stokes vector measurements.
- F. M. Cady, D. Krings, "Spatially-resolved Stokes vector measurements," Review of Scientific Instrumentation, October 1998
Annual OpTeC Conference Presentations:
- OpTeC 2000:
- "Gravity Wave Simulator", F. M. Cady (296 Kb pdf file)
- "Photodiode Characterization for Hetrodyne Mixing," G. Hunyadi (172 Kb pdf file)
- OpTeC 1999:
- OpTeC 1998:
- OpTeC 1997:
- "Spatially Resolved Polarization Measurements and Other Topics," F. M. Cady
- "Comparison of Transmissive and Reflective Computer Generated Holograms," Duane Krings
- OpTeC 1996:
- "Digital Signal Processing Applied to Laser Stabilization," F. M. Cady
- "Feasibility of Various Computer-Generated Holograms as a Reference Standard," Duane Krings
- "A Review of Laser Frequency Stability Techniques and Results," Bruce Bacon
- OpTeC 1995:
- "A review of spatially resolved index measurements," F. M. Cady
- "Computer Generated Holograms as a Reference Standard," Joseph Jones
- "Polarization Properties of Computer Generated Holograms," Gougang Wang
- "Light Depolarization Using Liquid Crystal Displays," Biljana Milkovska
- OpTeC 1994:
- "The development of reflectance reference standards using holographic techniques" and "Measurements of striae in CR+ doped YAG crystals," F. M. Cady